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Redistricting Maps Are Up

By Greg L | 29 March 2011 | Virginia Politics, Virginia House, Virginia Senate | 6 Comments

House and Senate maps are up.

UPDATE: DLIS took the new maps down, and are promising they’ll put them back up shortly.

UPDATE 2: A Senate plan is now available.  DLIS Server is being crushed, and it is nearly impossible to get pages to load.



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6 Comments

  1. Greg L said on 29 Mar 2011 at 5:59 pm:
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    Now DLIS has taken down the interactive maps, and so far this evening different people are reporting they can see different data. What a disaster of a rollout.

  2. Mom said on 29 Mar 2011 at 6:47 pm:
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    Any way you look at it, it would appear that the House GOP leadership screwed Del. Bob. Nice bit of petty gerrymandering. I guess there are certain districts that Del. Miller no longer wanted so he just made them Bob’s problem.

    On the Senate side, looks like someone is protecting the Colgan legacy, interesting thing is that by doing so they are also tailoring a new district that would be overwhelming Republican. I just hope Fitz doesn’t move a couple miles down the road and screw it up.

  3. Greg L said on 29 Mar 2011 at 8:13 pm:
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    New open seat in Woodbridge, east of route one and stretching down into Stafford County with plenty of strong R precincts. Looks like a gift to Jim Riley or Chris Royse who would run very well here.

  4. Isophorone said on 29 Mar 2011 at 8:49 pm:
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    The Howell Senate map looks absolutely atrocious. Did they hire help from Maryland to draw that monstrosity?

  5. Greg L said on 29 Mar 2011 at 9:00 pm:
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    House District Descriptions for Prince William County:

    Second. Part of Prince William County comprised of the Belmont (701), Featherstone (704), Potomac View (705), Rippon (706), River Oaks (708), and Swans Creek (311) Precincts and part of the Quantico (304) Precinct; and part of Stafford County comprised of the Rock Hill (201), Roseville (202), Ruby (203), Stefaniga (204), Widewater (302), and Woodlands (701) Precincts and part of the Whitson (702) Precinct.

    Thirteenth. All of the City of Manassas Park; and part of Prince William County comprised of the Buckland Mills (110), Bull Run (403), Glenkirk (408), Limestone (113), Mullen (411), Pace West (412), Parkside (105), Signal Hill (114), Sinclair (404), and Sudley North (409) Precincts and parts of the Battlefield (402) and Stonewall (405) Precincts.

    Thirty-first. Part of Fauquier County comprised of the Casanova (103), Catlett (102), Kettle Run (101), and New Baltimore (502) Precincts; and part of Prince William County comprised of the Ashland (309), Beville (205), Enterprise (608), Forest Park (310), Godwin (603), King (206), Lodge (207), Montclair (308), Park (109), Pattie (305), Powell (211), Saunders (201), and Washington‑Reid (306) Precincts and part of the Benton (203) Precinct.

    Fortieth. Part of Fairfax County comprised of the Bull Run (923), Centre Ridge (901), Centreville (918), Clifton (803), Deer Park (921), Fairfax Station (805), Green Trails (919), Newgate North (849), Newgate South (854), Old Mill (925), Popes Head (841), and Virginia Run (915) Precincts and parts of the London Towne West (924), Willow Springs (851), and Woodyard (815) Precincts; and part of Prince William County comprised of the Mountain View (410) Precinct and parts of the Alvey (406) and Battlefield (402) Precincts.

    Fiftieth. All of the City of Manassas; and part of Prince William County comprised of the Bristow Run (111), Cedar Point (112), Ellis (106), Marsteller (107), Pr. William A (000), Victory (108), and Westgate (407) Precincts and part of the Stonewall (405) Precinct.

    Fifty-first. Part of Prince William County comprised of the Bennett (102), Bethel (506), Brentsville (101), Buckhall (103), Chinn (507), Kerrydale (607), Lake Ridge (501), Marshall (202), McCoart (204), Mohican (505), Nokesville (104), Old Bridge (503), Penn (210), Rockledge (504), Springwoods (508), Westridge (208), and Woodbine (209) Precincts and part of the Benton (203) Precinct.

    Fifty-second. Part of Prince William County comprised of the Bel Air (606), Civic Center (604), Dale (601), Dumfries (301), Freedom (609), Graham Park (303), Henderson (307), Kilby (707), Library (702), Lynn (703), Minnieville (605), Neabsco (602), Occoquan (502), and Potomac (302) Precincts and part of the Quantico (304) Precinct.

    Eighty-seventh. Part of Loudoun County comprised of the Buchanan (211), Carter (117), Cascades (210), Claude Moore Park (212), Freedom (112), Guilford (704), Hutchison (109), Legacy (116), Mercer (108), Mirror Ridge (608), Oak Grove (110), and Rolling Ridge (703) Precincts and parts of the Countryside (213), Dulles South (114), Mill Run (113), Park View (702), and Pinebrook (115) Precincts; and part of Prince William County comprised of the Evergreen (401) Precinct and part of the Alvey (406) Precinct.

  6. Anonymous said on 29 Mar 2011 at 10:33 pm:
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    “I guess there are certain districts that Del. Miller no longer wanted so he just made them Bob’s problem.”

    What, would that be all of Manassas Park?

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